BLOCKPARTY PARTNERS WITH UNIVERSITY OF TULSA TO PROVIDE PREMIUM TAILGATING
DALLAS – Blockparty, a fan-focused hospitality and entertainment company, announced today it has entered into an agreement with the University of Tulsa to provide turnkey tailgating to Golden Hurricane fans through a partnership with Tulsa Athletics and its multimedia rights holder, Learfield’s Golden Hurricane Sports Properties.
Beginning in the 2018 season, Blockparty will become the exclusive tailgating provider. Fans will have options to purchase tailgate packages with included amenities for groups of all sizes.
“We are extremely excited to provide Blockparty’s quality service to Golden Hurricane fans,” said University of Tulsa Vice President and Director of Athletics, Dr. Derrick Gragg. “Our goal is to enhance the game day experience and through our partnership with Blockparty we are able to accomplish that goal.”
Blockparty will offer a variety of tailgate packages to Golden Hurricane fans and visiting fans looking for a hassle-free game day experience. Turnkey tailgate packages will include amenities such as tailgate games, tailgate attendants, premium lounge furniture, ice chest service, and FanText ™, Blockparty’s SMS based one-to-one communication platform for customer service on game day.
“Increasingly fans are looking for more pre-game entertainment options,” commented Blockparty CEO, Adam Ward. “We could not be more excited to partner with Tulsa to create the ultimate game day tailgate experience for Golden Hurricane fans and visiting teams.”
Blockparty tailgate packages will be available for purchase by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and via phone at 972-768-1627.
Blockparty is a full-service fan experience firm providing the highest level of management expertise in sports and entertainment hospitality. By combining fully integrated partnership services with turnkey hospitality solutions and 5-star customer service, the Blockparty team creates the ultimate fan experience. Blockparty is an official partner of multiple college football programs, several professional teams, and the world’s largest music promoter, Live Nation Entertainment.